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Aguruphobia (2015)

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When Internet Guru Nanak meets his biggest fan agoraphobic Crystal Luna the two discover that searching for enlightenment can be dangerous.

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When Internet Guru Nanak meets his biggest fan agoraphobic Crystal Luna the two discover that searching for enlightenment can be dangerous.

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The Cure For Normal-Phobia
10 December 2015 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Aguruphobia is unlike any other film I've seen, comedy or otherwise, and that's saying something in today's world of formulaic movie making. I saw this in the theater on a whim, and it resulted in seeing it twice. Not sure what to expect I was greeted to a uniquely hilarious and curious storyline, populated by a cast of dazzling, standout characters. It's a roller-coaster ride of strange that always keeps you guessing where things are going. The humor runs strong throughout, but never at the expense of the film's heart: a story about a woman (played excellently by Jade Puga) suffering from a crippling phobia, and her questionable guru Nanak (perfectly embodied by Pepe Serna) who may or may not be exploiting her attempts for a somewhat normal life. The entire experience had me laughing and cheering. If you're a fan of the silly and the heartfelt-offbeat, this is the medicine to cure your phobia of the same old thing. A comedic success!


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